New In Situ Electron Microscopy Applications, Research and Techniques - David Nackashi
From Kathryn Gentilello on February 28th, 2017
Applications including batteries, corrosion, catalysis, semiconductors, coatings and structural biology have all led to an increased need for capabilities that allow simultaneous atomic scale observation and sample manipulation. Although electron microscopy is a well suited platform and has been used to deliver in situ capabilities for decades, most techniques have been fairly limited in their popularity. New technologies have been developed that deliver extremely precise and high performance features for in situ electron microscopy, but also come with the need to fully understand and develop practices for using them. This presentation will explore how these new techniques can be used to advance research in applications including batteries, catalysis and biological labeling.